Based on the recent civil unrest and ongoing disparities in minority communities, the founders were compelled to create an organization which utilizes their deep rooted DEI knowledge, skills, and experience. The Diversity Advisors was built on the need for diversity of thought, passion, and commitment based on best in class strategies with Suppliers, Practitioners, Advocates, and Partners.
The Diversity Advisors provides assistance with increasing understanding, awareness, and collaboration to create platforms to address societal inequities through a sustainable approach to DEI.
Recent posts from our blog
As diversity professionals, over the years we’ve had many discussions about the impact of our actions relating to diversity in the world we live. As we continue to deepen our awareness and actions regarding diversity, it became quite clear starting a consulting firm was just not enough. We took a step back and contemplated Our Why’s – […]
“Have you thought about how you can make a difference in your own unique way?” by Julia Cooksey-Evans, Founder – Coloring Over Cancer
Have you thought about how you can make a difference in your own unique way? When I started Coloring Over Cancer, my goal was to make a positive difference in the lives of cancer patients. Generally speaking, I think making a positive difference is a goal many of us share. I’d even go so far as to […]
Supplier Diversity is a business practice which facilitates the use of women, minority, veteran, lgbtq and small businesses enhancing the supply chain of an organization. Supplier Diversity has been and will continue to be key to organizations reflecting and respecting the global society in which they operate. As we work to truly embrace diversity, equity and inclusion, […]
As corporate America looks to play a meaningful role in addressing social inequities, organizations are reassessing their existing, traditional supplier diversity programs. To lower risk, most corporations have customarily encouraged diverse businesses to partner with (i.e. subcontract under) larger, established prime contractors organizations as first entry point into the company. However, corporations have offered little or no guidance on […]